Young Learners - Archive

3y ago
86 Views
10 Downloads
3.91 MB
36 Pages
Last View : 12d ago
Last Download : 4m ago
Upload by : Lucca Devoe
Transcription

Young LearnersYoung Learners English Tests (YLE)Sample papersFlyers1VolumeOne UCLES 2014 CE/2063c/4Y01

IntroductionCambridge English: Young Learners is a series of fun, motivating English language tests for children in primary and lowersecondary education. The tests are an excellent way for children to gain confidence and improve their English.There are three levels: Cambridge English: Starters Cambridge English: Movers Cambridge English: FlyersAbout these sample papersThese sample papers show you what the Cambridge English: Flyers test looks like. When children know what to expect inthe test, they will feel more confident and prepared.To prepare for Cambridge English: Flyers, children can practise parts of the test or do the complete practice test.Listening sample testTo download the Cambridge English: Flyers Listening sample test go or further information about the three levels of Cambridge English: Young Learners and for more sample papers, go towww.cambridgeenglish.org/younglearners

Flyers ListeningGo to the Introduction to downloadthe Listening sample test.Centre NumberCandidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishFlyersListeningSample PaperThere are 25 questions.You will need coloured pens or pencils.My name is:.

Flyers ListeningPart 1– 5 questions –Listen and draw lines. There is one example.SarahVickyWilliamPaulMichael2EmmaRichard

– 5 questions –Listen and write. There is one example.Redbridge Police StationName:ELISSA.Jones1Has lost a:.2Where lost:In the .3Things inside:. books4Colour:.5Name inside:. Jones3Flyers ListeningPart 2

Flyers ListeningPart 3– 5 questions –Where should these things go in the new house?Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.mirrortablesofabookcasepaintingclock4A

ABCDEFGH5Flyers Listening

Flyers ListeningPart 4– 5 questions –Listen and tick ( ) the box. There is one example.What time does the café open?A 1CBCWhat must Harry do first?A2BWhat will Harry make for lunch?ABC6

Where should Harry go to buy the eggs?A4BCWhat should Harry put on the tables?A5Flyers Listening3BCWhat was the weather like yesterday?ABC7

Flyers ListeningPart 5– 5 questions –Listen and colour and draw and write. There is one example.8

Marking KeyPart 4 5 marks1C2B3C4 A( ) Acceptable extra words are placed inbrackets/ A single slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative words within ananswer// A double slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative complete answers5BPart 5 5 marks1Colour the woman’s striped scarf – red2 Draw and colour cloud in sky above forest– yellow3Colour the drum – green4 Write ‘North’ above ‘Castle’ on the flagPart 15 marksLines should be drawn between:1William and pirate, dancing2 Vicky and girl dressed as nurse, next to doctor3 Sarah and girl with long, blonde hair,carrying glasses4 Michael and boy with short, brown hair, sittingdown5Richard and boy in shorts, waving handsPart 2 5 marks1bag / backpack2park3history4 black5A-N-D-R-E-WPart 3 5 marks1H2C3D4 E5B5Colour the swan on the river – pinkFlyers ListeningFlyers Listening

Flyers ListeningFlyers ListeningMch Oh, that’s Richard. He’s great – he’s going tosing later.FchOh, I think I’m going to enjoy this party!TapescriptMchMe too!RNow listen to Part One again.That is the end of Part OneR rubricFch Female childF Female adultMch Male childM Male adultR Hello. This is the Cambridge Flyers Listeningtest.Part Two. Listen and look. There is one example.FchGood morning. Is this the police station?MYes, can I help you?Fch Hello. Yes, I think you can. I’ve lost somethingimportant.M OK. Tell me everything and I’ll write it in my bookhere. First, what’s your name?Part One. Listen and look. There is one example.Fch My name’s Elissa Jones. I spell my first name E-L-Idouble-S-A.MchThis looks like a good party.RCan you see the answer? Now you listen and write.FchYes, and everyone’s wearing funny clothes.MAnd what have you lost, Elissa?MchLook – there’s Paul!FchWhere?Fch My bag. I carry my school things in it. My mum willbe very angry with me.Mch There! He’s got a plastic beard and he’s standing nextto the food.FchOh yes. He looks great, doesn’t he?RCan you see the line? This is an example.Now you listen and draw lines.FchWho’s the pirate?MchThere are two pirates. Which one do you mean?FchThe one who’s dancing.MchOh, that’s William. He’s good, isn’t he?FchYes, he is. Can we dance too?MchYes, of course, but I’m not very good.FchAnd look at that girl over there next to the doctor.Mch The girl who’s wearing a nurse’s uniform? That’sVicky. It’s her party. She’s in my class at school.FchIt’s a very nice apartment – lots of space for a party.MchYes, it is. Oh, look! Can you see my cousin Sarah? She’s gotlong blonde hair.MNow, do you know where you lost it?Fch Well, I had it on the bus when I came home fromschool. Then I went to the park with some friends toplay tennis. I left it there.M And what was in it? For example, did you have anymoney in it?Fch No, only some history books. I need them for myhomework and for school. Please find it.MWhat’s it like? What colour is it?FchIt’s black.MAnd did you have your name on it?Fch Well, no. It was my brother’s. He gave it to me whenhe left school so it has his name on it – on the inside.He’s called Andrew – that’s spelled A-N-D-R-E-W.MThat’s Jones too, isn’t it?FchYes, it is.M OK, well, I’m sure someone will find it and bring it into the police station. Come again tomorrow and ask.FchOK, I will. Thank you very much.RNow listen to Part Two again.FchWhich one is she? Is she wearing a long dress?That is the end of Part Two.MchNo, she’s carrying some drinks.Part Three. Listen and look. There is one example.FchOh, yes. Let’s ask her for one.MchGood idea. rs Smith is moving to a new house. Where shouldMthese things go in the new house?FchWhere’s your friend Michael, then?MchHe’s over there – he’s got short brown hair.FchIs he the boy who’s eating some cake?MchNo, he’s the one who’s sitting down.Fch Who’s the boy who’s wearing shorts and wavinghis hands?M It’s a lovely house, Mrs Smith. Now, where do youwant me to put these things?F Yes, it’s so much bigger than our last house. Now,let’s start with the mirror. I think I’d like it in thebathroom. It’ll look nice there.R an you see the letter A? Now you listen and write aCletter in each box.

F Oh yes, I agree. Now, the bookcase. My husbandwants it in the living room. He has a lot of magazines,you know. He loves reading – magazines about sailingmost of all.MOK. Now what else shall I take inside?F Well, the clock, I think. It was in the kitchen in our oldhouse but I want it in the dining room here. There’smore space for it in this house. And it’s made oflovely wood so it’ll look nice.MMm.Do you want me to take anything upstairs?F Oh, yes please. I’d like that table on the balcony nextto the bedroom so we can have breakfast there at theweekend. There’ll be lots of sun in the morning andit’s so nice to have breakfast outside.MYes, it is.MchShall I make the sandwiches for lunch?FYes, please. I’ve already made some soup.MchWill you cook some pasta today too?FYes, I’ll cook some later.RThree. Where should Harry go to buy the eggs?F Harry? We haven’t got any eggs. Can you go and buysome please?MchDo you want me to go to the supermarket?F It’s better to go to the market. The farmer brings ineggs from his farm today.MchOK, I’ll go now.RFour. What should Harry put on the tables?F We need to get ready for lunch. There’s already somesalt and pepper on the tables but we need knives andforks too.MchI’ll do that now. Do we need glasses? I will need someone to help me with some of theother things.F No, we can give them to people if they ask for juice orlemonade.F Yes, well that isn’t a problem. Let’s carry thispainting into the hall. It’ll look lovely at the bottomof the stairs. It’s of my grandmother, you know. Mygrandfather painted it over fifty years ago when shewas twenty-five.MchOK.RFive. What was the weather like yesterday?FI think we’ll be busier today than yesterday.MYes, she’s beautiful.There isn’t much more to move.F No, only this sofa. But we don’t need it just now sowe can put it in the basement. There’s lots of spacedown there for things that we aren’t using. Let’s trycarrying it together.MOK.RNow listen to Part Three again.Mch It’s sunny outside – lots of people are doing theirshopping.F Yes, there was too much rain yesterday so peopledidn’t want to go out.Mch And they said on the radio that it’s going to snowtomorrow.FOh dear.RNow listen to Part Four again.That is the end of Part Four.That is the end of Part Three.Part Five. Listen and look at the picture. There is oneexample.Part Four. Listen and look. There is one example.What time does the café open?MHello, Katy. Would you like to colour this picture?FHarry, you’re late. It’s a quarter past nine.FchYes, please! It’s a lovely castle.MchI’m sorry, Mrs Winter.MCan you see the two dogs in the picture?F If you want to help me in the café on a Saturday, youmust be on time.FchYes. One of them is in the door to the castle.MchI know the café opens at nine o’clock, Mrs Winter. But the bus was late – it didn’t come until twenty tonine.MWell, can you colour that one blue?FchOK.RCan you see the blue dog? This is an example.R an you see the tick? Now you listen and tick theCbox.One. What must Harry do first?FWell, now you’re here I’d like you to help me.Mch OK, Mrs Winter. Do you want me to wash the cupsand the plates?F You can do those later. First wash the floor, then cleanthe windows.Now you listen and colour and draw and write.OneFchWhat shall I colour now?MLet’s see. Can you see the woman?FchWell, there are two of them.MLook at the woman with the striped scarf.FchShall I colour it red?MchOK, I can do that.MOK.RTwo. What will Harry make for lunch?RTwoFlyers ListeningM It’s good that it isn’t raining today, isn’t it? It’s alwaysbetter to move house on a dry day.

Flyers ListeningMWould you like to draw something now?FchYes, please. I like drawing.M Can you see the forest? Can you draw a cloud in thesky above it?FchAll right.MAnd can you make it yellow?FchFine. I’m doing that now.RThreeFchShall I draw something else?MNo, I want you to colour something now.FchWhat shall I colour?M There are two men in the picture. One of them hasgot a drum. Can you colour it?FchOK, I’ll make it green.RFourMNow, can you see the word ‘Castle’ on the flag?FchShall I colour it?MNo, write ‘North’ above that word.FchOK.RFiveMLast thing now. There are two birds in the picture.Fch Yes, one of them is swimming in the river. I think it’s aswan. Shall I colour it?MYes. Colour it pink.FchOK. Is that all?MYes. It looks good, doesn’t it?RNow listen to Part Five again.That is the end of the Flyers Listening test.

Candidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishFlyersReading & WritingSample PaperThere are 50 questions.You have 40 minutes.You will need a pen or pencil.My name is:.Flyers Reading & WritingCentre Number

Flyers Reading & WritingBlank Page

– 10 questions –Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines.There is one example.an actora hospitalYou can go to this place if you want towatch a film.1a library234a chemist’s56a secretary78a clown910You can go to this shop to buy medicineand other things.a banka cinema.an airportThis is a place you go to if you want tocatch a plane.If you want to be one of these, you needto be very good at drawing or painting.an artistYou usually see this inside a big tent. Youmight see horses, lions and elephants here.This is someone who works in the theatre,in films or on TV.a dentistPeople laugh when they see this personwith his round, red nose, big feet andstrange clothes.An ambulance might take you here ifyou are very ill.You go to this place if you want to getmoney or talk to someone about yourmoney.This person makes you better whenyou have a toothache.This person writes in a newspaperabout things that have happened.a mechanica circus3Flyers Reading & WritingPart 1a cinemaa journalista café

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 2– 7 questions –Look and read. Writeyes or no.ExamplesThere is a stamp on the corner of the envelope.yes.The children are running into the garden.no.4

Flyers Reading & WritingQuestions1All of the children are carrying rucksacks on their backs.2Through the window, you can see two swings.3The girl who is brushing her hair has got black tights.4The woman has just come into the house andclosed the door.5The umbrella that is in the bin is broken.6Outside, the sky is grey and it has begun to rain.7On the shelf that is below the picture there arethree keys.5

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 3– 5 questions –Tom is talking to his Uncle Harry. What does Uncle Harry say?Read the conversation and choose the best answer.Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.ExampleTom:Uncle Harry, do you like being a fireman?Uncle Harry:C.Questions12345Tom:What are your friends at work like?Uncle Harry:.Tom:Who drives the fire engine?Uncle Harry:.Tom:How many days do you work each week?Uncle Harry:.Tom:Do you prefer living at the fire station or at home?Uncle Harry:.Tom:Can I come and visit you at the fire station?Uncle Harry:.6

Flyers Reading & WritingAThey are very nice, brave and strong.BWe live at the fire station for four daysevery week, and we have to beready to work all the time.CYes I do. I love it.DMy friend Anna does that job.EOf course. Come one day next week.FYou have a lot of friends.GI like being in my house best becauseyour aunt and cousins are there.HI like Mondays best.(example)7

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 4– 6 questions –Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correctword next to numbers 1–5. There is one example.cleverHelen Green is a .girl who loves school. Helen likeslearning and (1) . out about old things, so she wasvery happy when her mum said, ‘Today, we are going to a place fullof old things like cups, bowls, chairs, dolls and dinosaurs! Can you(2) . where we are going to go?’Helen’s little sister Lucy didn’t answer, but Helen shouted, ‘A museum!’Mum smiled and said, ‘Helen’s right. Let’s go!’When they were there, Mum took the girls to the dinosaur room,but Lucy didn’t want to go in. ‘What’s the matter? Why are you(3) . ?’ asked Helen.‘The dinosaurs might eat me,’ said Lucy and she started to cry.‘You mustn’t think that,’ said Helen. ‘Dinosaurs have been extinct for(4) . .’Lucy stopped crying because she was so surprised. She looked at her mumto see if she (5) . with Helen. Then Lucy laughed,and the girls ran to look at the dinosaurs.8

eingcenturies(6) Now choose the best name for this story.Tick one box.The expensive bowlLucy learns something newThe angry dinosaur9Flyers Reading & Writingexampleclever

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 5– 7 questions –Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words tocomplete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4words.A competitionMy name’s Richard, and I live in a small village with my older sister andmy parents. My sister’s name is Katy. Our village is very near a big, bluelake, and we love to go swimming in it.Last Tuesday, my friend William came to our house and we went swimmingtogether. When we were in the water, we saw some silver fish. Katy said,‘Look, I can swim faster than the fish!’ William said, ‘So can I!’Then Katy said, ‘Let’s see who can swim across the lake the fastest!Let’s have a race!’ William likes to have competitions, and so does Katy,but I don’t because I am the youngest and so I never win. I was lastagain. I felt tired and unhappy.William said, ‘OK. Let’s have one more competition. Let’s see who canjump the highest out of the water. Richard, you go first.’I jumped up, then Katy jumped, then William. I jumped the lowest, andWilliam jumped the highest. William shouted, ‘I am the best at jumping!I am the best!’ But when he was shouting, a beautiful gold fish jumped outof the water, much higher than William.I laughed and said, ‘No, William, that beautiful fish is the best!’10

small village.Richard and his family live in a .sisterThe name of Richard’s .is Katy.Questions1Richard and his sister go swimming in the. .2Richard’s friend is called . .3There were . in the water with thechildren.4Richard doesn’t win competitions because he is. in the family.5When Richard finished last in the race he was. .6The second child who jumped out of the water was. .7When William was shouting, a beautiful fish jumped. than him.11Flyers Reading & WritingExamples

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 6– 10 questions –Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.ButterfliesExamplearebeautiful insects. People enjoy looking atButterflies .1butterflies because of the lovely colours on . wings.2In busy cities, it is difficult . butterflies to find a nice3place to live, but we can plant flowers that butterflies .4in our parks and gardens. At night, or . bad weather,5butterflies hide under leaves or sleep in small spaces .rocks.6Some butterflies . eat one kind of plant. This is called7a ‘food plant’. A butterfly’s colours are . the same8as its food plant, so it can hide well. This is important .animals like birds, bats and spiders eat butterflies.9You can see . different kinds of butterflies at a butterflyfarm. The butterfly farmer looks after butterflies there to show them toother people, and to sell them.10Some butterflies are big but the . butterfly in the worldlooks like a fly.12

Flyers Reading & y10smallestsmallersmall13

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 7– 5 questions –Read the email and write the missing words. Write one word oneach line.Dear DavidExample1Whatshall I do?Tomorrow is my birthday. .I’d like to go to a restau

Cambridge English: Flyers About these sample papers These sample papers show you what the Cambridge English: Flyers test looks like. When children know what to expect in the test, they will feel more confident and prepared. To prepare for Cambridge English: Flyers, children can practise parts of the test or do the complete practice test.

Related Documents:

Keep Cambridge English: Young Learners relevant to the evolving needs of learners and schools. Incorporate evolving approaches to best practice for teaching and assessing young learners. Ensure there is a clear progression from Cambridge English: Young Learners to Cambridge English exams for secondary schools and beyond.

long may you run - neil young 2 old man - neil young 3 out on the weekend - neil young 4 Heart Of Gold - Neil Young 5 Ohio - Neil Young 6 unknown legend - neil young 8 birds - neil young 9 powderfinger - neil young 10. Long May You Run Neil Young Intro .

Archiving & retrieval processes Archiving is driven by archive management - Select data to be archived from archive source - Transfer data into archive management system - Extract metadata and store this as index - Store data in archive storage Retrieve is drive through archive management - Provide search & discovery function to find data

The Young Learners SIG Biannual Publication. Training Assessment Certificate in English Language Cambridge Young Learners Teaching to Young Learners (CELTYL): English Tests (YLE): ideal teacher training opens up exciting teaching opportunities available as an extension to CELTA Support On-line Teaching Resources: exam preparation classroom activities detailed .

very beginning. In schooling young learners can be divided into three groups. They are very young learners, 1-4 graders, and 5-8 graders. TEFLYL applications should recognize personal requirements of all these stages and offer instruction accordingly. Very Young Learners Very young learners

Spoken ESOL for Young Learners (8969) qualification handbook 3 Contents 1 International English Qualifications (IEQs) 5 1.1 The Spoken ESOL for Young Learners qualification handbook and other publications5 1.2 Learning English 6 1.3 Teaching English 7 2 Spoken ESOL for Young Learners 8 2.1 Introduction 8 2.2 Examination format 9

2 Cambridge English: Young Learners. Introduction. Cambridge English: Young Learners. is a series of fun, motivating English language tests for children in primary and lower secondary education. The tests are an excellent way for children to gain confidence and improve their English. There are three levels: Cambridge English: Starters Cambridge English: Movers Cambridge English .

The Young-Girl as Phenomenon 23 2. The Young-Girl as Technique of the Self 48 3. The Young-Girl as Social Relation 62 4. The Young-Girl as Commodity 74 5. The Young-Girl as Living Currency 88 6. The Young-Girl as Compact Political Apparatus 97 7. The Young-Girl as War Machine 105 8. The Young-Girl Against Communism 114 9.